MaltaToday | 22 June 2008 | Top news

TOP NEWS | Sunday, 22 June 2008

Brussels could be Abela’s next move
Senior Labour officials tip leadership runner-up George Abela for MEP

International charity defends legal pills trafficker
Fair Trials International (FTI), a charity defending the rights of those facing charges in a country other than their own, has taken up the case of British national Steven Marsden who is still awaiting trial two years after being charged with conspiring to import drugs to Malta...

Labour could censure Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando in parliament
Labour could be throwing the ball back in the Prime Minister’s court by presenting a motion of censure against Nationalist MP Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando, if Lawrence Gonzi stays silent while three men are arraigned over the award of a permit for a disco on land owned by Pullicino Orlando...

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MaltaToday News
22 June 2008

MLP ready for “everything” in the national interest… like parents do

Labour, AD in “political symbiosis” – Joseph Muscat

Building boom: 65,373 new dwellings in 10 years

St Helena men remembered… with fireworks fundraiser!

From Pinto’s battery to fish farm store

Sliema house collapse relatives still living ‘heartbreaking ordeal’

Heritage superintendent calls for total ban on Ta’ Cenc development

Ombudsman’s decision still preventing
Sant Antnin finalisation

Balzan gardens: new DCC board ignores predecessor’s decision on Polidano project

Facing the MEUSAC: Forum Malta fl-Ewropa scuttled

The real life or death matter

Who to blame for the shipyards?

Govt to meet GWU on Friday over Dockyards

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